Up this weekend: Thailand’s music festival of the year, Big Mountain

Up this weekend: Thailand’s music festival of the year, Big Mountain

The second installment of Kao Yai’s biggest event features more than 150 artists on six stages over two days

Big MountainThailand’s largest music festival, Big Mountain, hits the hills of Khao Yai this weekend.

Held at the Bonanza Khao Yai resort in Nakhorn Ratchasima province -- about a two-hour drive from Bangkok -- six stages will be set up around the 260 rai venue on which more than 150 artists are scheduled to perform over two days. 

Among these are Thai favorites  Bodyslam, Clash, Da Endorphine, Scribb, T-Bone, Sweet Mullet, Playgournd, Slot Machine, Armchair, Buddha Bless, Abuse the Youth, Yellow Fang and The Diet Pills. There will also be plenty of food, shopping, art and drinks. 

Concertgoers with their own tents can stay onsite at the event’s campground for 350 baht for two nights. Those without tents can rent one for 700 baht for two nights, including the site fees.  

Tickets for the December 10-11, 2010 Big Mountain Music Festival are 1,800 baht each and available at Thaiticketmajor.com.


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